It seems that a superstar can survive and hold on only when he has this level of ‘gang’.
Fernando Tatis Jr. (24 years old, San Diego) returned after being suspended from business trips after being caught using prohibited substances. This is Tatis Jr., who was suspended for 80 games in August of last year after being caught taking performance-enhancing substances. He was controversial at the time, claiming that the drug he was taking to treat ringworm contained the steroid clostebol. In the end, he apologized to the club, players, and fans.
It was another deviation from a bad boy who was criticized for his irresponsible behavior, such as undergoing wrist surgery in an off-season motorcycle accident.
From mid-August of last year to the 21st of this month, Tatis Jr. digested all suspension disciplinary actions. In the minor league rehabilitation game, he hit hard with a batting average of .515 (17 hits in 33 bats), 7 homers, 15 RBIs, and an OPS of 1.802 in 8 games. In the major leagues, however, he is batting .582 with an OPS of .
I had already heard all sorts of ridicule about drug use from the minor leagues. He could have been mentally shaken by the prosecution’s infringement. However, even though the superstar’s mentality was different, it was very different. The match against the Chicago Cubs held at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois, USA on the 26th (Korean time) was representative. 안전놀이터
Tatis, who started in right field, cleared Seiya Suzuki’s line drive hit with a sliding catch in the bottom of the 5th inning when San Diego was trailing 0-2 with 1 out and 1 base. Then, the Cup fans behind Tatis Jr. shouted “He’s on steroids!” and booed Tatis.
In response, Tatis Jr. stepped on the steps and danced to the rhythm of the booing. Responding to the ridicule of Cubs fans with a laugh. It can be confirmed that it is not usually mental.
The American sports media ‘Barstool Sports’ said of this scene, ‘I knew that Tatis Jr. would be booed, but I did not expect to react like this. Cubs fans are mocking him repeatedly, but Tatis Jr. has decided to respond by stepping in.” If you try to make fun of someone and they start dancing, you’ve lost,’ he said, explaining that the Cubs fans’ taunts didn’t do much damage. /email@example.com